inheritance
Dear Penny: Can I Kick My Husband Out if I’m Not on the Mortgage?
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Dear Penny, My husband and I have been married for almost seven years. Two and a half years ago we bought a house. My credit is horrible so it had to be financed by him alone, but I pay the mortgage every month.  We live in New York. Can I make him leave if things […]

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What a Beneficiary Controlled Trust Can Do to Protect Your Legacy After You Are Gone
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Life is messy sometimes. Divorce, bankruptcies and lawsuits happen, and they can potentially wipe out the inheritance you’ve carefully set aside for your loved ones. But there are many trust options to help keep life from ruining your legacy.
You Insure Your Car and Your Home – So How Can You Insure Your Financial Future?
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Whether you’re concerned about market risk, outliving your retirement savings, protecting your qualified plan, your final years or your loved ones – here are five ways to insure your financial future.
It’s Never Too Late for a Family Meeting – Here’s How to Do Them Well
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When there is a large inheritance at stake (or even when there isn’t), it’s a great idea to get everyone on the same page. A family meeting can make that happen, and it can even be enjoyable.
Paying for College: A Parent’s Guide
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Parents can and do find ways to pay for their child’s college, but it often involves sacrifice and planning. Two keys: Save early and consistently. Starting as soon as possible and making regular deposits into whatever vehicle you choose can help smooth out the ups and downs of the stock market. Consistently making equal payments […]

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12 Questions Retirees Often Get Wrong About Taxes in Retirement
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You worked hard to build your retirement nest egg. But do you know how to minimize taxes on your savings?
3 Ways Early Retirees Can Minimize Their Health Insurance Costs
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Until you can go on Medicare, you’ll need health insurance on your own, and of course that can be pricey. Subsidies through the Affordable Care Act can be a big help, but you need to manage your income to qualify. Here are three tips to help make that happen.
Retires, It’s Not Too Late to Buy Life Insurance
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Improvements in underwriting have made it easier to qualify for life insurance, which can be a useful estate-planning tool.
Why You Might Want Separate Bank Accounts in Marriage
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If you’re married or living with your significant other, there’s a lot you share. Your home. Your weekend plans. Perhaps even a kid or two. But just because you’re sharing a life together doesn’t mean you have to share the same bank account. Having separate bank accounts in marriage or a serious relationship may be […]

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9 Life Events that Require You to Revise Your Budget
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Your life is always changing. Is your budget keeping up with the times?
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